As I’m sure you all know, today is Everybody, Everywear’s Lace Challenge. And I’m sure you all heard that the US Army has decided to do away with the black beret (What? You haven’t heard? I’m shocked; this is big news, folks.). What may come as a surprise is that the Army is currently taking suggestions on how else to better their uniforms. Personally, I would have kept the beret. So chic. But, I figure if they can’t have berets, they can have lace! This is my suggested overhaul of those boring, drab uniforms:
I did, in fact, keep the olive drab because, frankly, it’s one of my favorite neutrals. But, I like to think I spiced the uniform up in other ways. I paired my olive skinnies (Gap) with a lace tee (The Limited) layered over a grey tee (Target) which gives it a sort of camouflage effect (try squinting with one eye). I am obviously demonstrating the dress uniform, so I wore some mushroom-colored wedges (Bamboo via TJ Maxx) which can be replaced with some cute boots when one is not on the parade grounds. I added some bangles (thrifted and Nordstrom) to show how well this look would go with a bandolier of bright brass bullets and my crystal and brass pendant necklace (Special) in lieu of dog tags.
Oh, and I can finally move my arms (hooray), so I finally washed my hair. I am going back to the weight lifting class tomorrow, but I’ll be sure not to overdo it this time!
Happy Tuesday, All!
P.S. None of this is true. Well, some of it. Today is the EBEW Lace Challenge and they are replacing sexy Army berets with boring Army caps, but really, the rest of it’s completely untrue.